Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Employer Sponsored Migration – 457 Visa for Australia

Migrate to Australia

Most of the people migrating to Australia to do work will either be sponsored by an Australian employer or will submit an application for permanent citizenship using the General Skilled Migration Program. Employer sponsored visas allow businesses in Australia and out of the country to sponsor skilled workers who have recognized qualifications and skills in particular occupations required in Australia.

The most generally used Employer Sponsored Migration Australia visa is the “457”. This temporary visa is used by the Australian employer to fill the positions when they are unable to find anyone in their own country. Unlike general Australian skilled migration visas, skilled migrants applying for employer-sponsored visas are not points tested. All prospective employees must have to meet the skill and requirements of the relevant employer-sponsored visa to be eligible to apply for a visa.

To use this visa for an employee, the business needs to be approved as a sponsor. For this, it will be needed to verify that they are either lawfully operating in Australia or are required to send employees to Australia to fulfill the requirements.  For approval as a sponsor the business will also need to meet the specific sponsorship obligations.

o be established this visa you need to secure your job with an Australian employer. Then the whole application procedure will be handled by the Australian Employer with DIBP, where they will have to prove that the skills you have can’t available within the Australia.

The purpose of this visa is to allow the Australian employers to fill up specific skilled vacancies with out of the country employees if they are unable to fill these vacancies from the Australian labor market.

There are various employer-sponsored visa programs to suit your recruitment needs. Contact to ASC Migration for detailed information about Employer Sponsored Skilled Migration to Australia including eligibility requirements and obligations.

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